We wanna rock right now. We're BCTV and we came to get down. We're not internationally known, but we're known to rock… the BCTV DailyDispatch! Welcome back to our daily dose of some of the best things happening across the television landscape (and with some serious respect going out to Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock), as we take a look at what's been hitting your radar recently- with The Orville saying strong and Kevin Smith taking the high road on Twitter. Following that, we have the "BCTV Rewind" with a selection of curated articles more than worth your time that you may have missed the first time around. Then we wrap things up with another edition of "Random TV History Stuff!" as a legend of late-night begins his journey- in the daytime.
Our newbies for this round include Taika Waititi's HBO Max pirate comedy welcoming new castmates, LeVar Burton going MasterClass, Leslye Headland talking Star Wars: The Acolyte, Manifest getting grounded, Emilia Clarke wanting a "Solo" spinoff, and a whole lot more:
And here are a few more articles to add to your reading lists- including some love thrown STARZ's way, Chucky star Jennifer Tilly checking in, an Evil preview and Crime Scene Kitchen review, Harvey Guillén previews What We Do in the Shadows Season 3, Brooklyn Nine-Nine best eps, new American Horror Stories poster, an Animal Kingdom recap, Masters of the Universe: Revelation showrunner & EP Kevin Smith takes the high road with a troll, and a whole ton more:
Running from June 23 to October 24, 1980, The David Letterman Show would see late-night legend David Letterman begin his journey by hosting an NBC-TV morning/daytime show. Though considered a bit edgy for early-day audiences, the show would go on to earn critical acclaim set the foundation for the late-night host to come:
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